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Baxter Announces Results from Its Study of BAX 855

Baxter Announces Positive Top-Line Results from Its Phase 3 Study of BAX 855, Extended Half-Life Recombinant FVIII for Hemophilia A Patients

Twice-Weekly Prophylactic Regimen Resulted in 95% Reduction in Median Annualized Bleed Rate Compared to On-Demand… 1,138 more words


European Commission publishes approval of Octapharma’s human cell line recombinant FVIII (Nuwiq®) across all age groups in haemophilia A


Lachen, Switzerland, August 5th, 2014: The European Commission has published approval of Octapharma’s Nuwiq® (simoctocog alfa) for the treatment and prophylaxis of bleeding in all age groups with haemophilia A (congenital factor VIII deficiency). 575 more words


Plant-based Penn research improves hemophilia treatment

By Katherine Unger Baillie

Hemophilia is a rare but potentially dangerous disease. People with the condition produce very low levels of clotting factor, the proteins in blood that stop bleeding and help begin the healing process. 402 more words


Hemophilia Daredevil

Walter has severe hemophilia A and continues to do things like this. He’s a daredevil!


Hemophilia A: My child is normal

When people ask me about hemophilia, they assume it will impact Walter negatively. My response to those who think like that, he’s just like any other kid, Walter just needs to be a bit more cautious. 20 more words


Hemophilia at its finest

I learned so much at the inhibitor summit I attended in New Mexico. Not only was my son Walter able to meet kids just like him, but I was able to meet parents dealing with the same issues as me. 23 more words